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The cliff is so high that to climb it all was an obvious impossibility and it was equally impossible to make my way along the wet path without leaving some tracks

He had waited and then making his way round to the top of the cliff he had endeavoured to succeed where his comrade had failed

Again I saw that grim face look over the cliff and I knew that it was the precursor of another stone

But I cared a great deal for the much more formidable person who was behind him the bosom friend of Moriarty the man who dropped the rocks over the cliff the most cunning and dangerous criminal in London

1801 I have just returned from a visit to my landlord, Mr Heathcliff

And the scenery here in Yorkshire is so beautiful! Mr Heathcliff, in fact, is my only neighbour, and I think his character is similar to mine

And it seemed that Mr Heathcliff hardly ever received guests

Mr Heathcliff and I entered the huge main room

Mr Heathcliff certainly does not look like a farmer

Joseph! shouted Mr Heathcliff

From every shadowy corner in the great room appeared a growling animal, ready to kill me, it seemed Help! Mr Heathcliffl Help! I shouted, trying to keep the dogs back

What the devil is the matter? Mr Heathcliff asked me rudely, when he finally entered the room

There's only Mrs Heathcliff indoors, and she won't open the door to you

She must be Mrs Heathcliff, I thought

At last Heathcliff came in

How happy you must be, Mr Heathcliff

Wrong again, Mr Lockwood, said Mr Heathcliff

Mrs Heathcliff I begged, What can I do?

That's the best advice I can give Mr Heathcliff, I'll have to stay here for the night! I told him

I closed the curtains around the bed, and felt safe from Heathcliff and everyone else at Wuthering Heights

I noticed that there were names written on the wall in childish handwriting Catherine Earnshaw, Catherine Heathcliff and Catherine Linton Then I fell asleep, but I was woken very suddenly by a smell of burning

He is so cruel to poor Heathcliff

If only my father hadn't died I While he was alive, Heathcliff was like a brother to Hindley and me

But now Hindley and his wife Frances have inherited the house and the money, and they hate Heathcliff

That horrible old servant Joseph is always angry with Heathcliff and me because we don't pray or study the Bible, and when he tells his master, Hindley always punishes us

Poor Heathcliffl Hindley says he is wicked, and can't play with me or eat with me any more

Is anyone here? whispered Heathcliff

Heathcliff dropped his candle and stood without moving, his face as white as the wall behind him

Who allowed you to sleep in this room? Who was it? It was your housekeeper, Mr Heathcliff

I said, quickly putting my clothes onAnd I'm angry with her myself! No one can sleep in a room full of ghosts! What do you mean? asked Heathcliff, looking suddenly very interested

It was probably a punishment for her wickedness! How dare you speak of her to me? cried Heathcliff wildly

Cathy, who married Mr Heathcliff's son

Ah, so that must be the widow, young Mrs Heathcliff at Wuthering Heights! That's right, sir

Oh, poor thing I And what did you think of Mr Heathcliff He's a rough, hard man Mrs Dean

He was called Heathcliff, as a first and last name

Old Mr Earnshaw was strangely fond of this gipsy child, and frequently punished his son for behaving badly to Heathcliff

Hindley began to be jealous of his father's feelings for Heathcliff, and saw them both as enemies

As Mr Earnshaw grew old and ill, Heathcliff became even more his favourite, and Hindley often quarrelled with his father

He tried to persuade his master to be stricter with the children, and was always complaining that Heathcliff and Catherine did not spend enough time studying the Bible or attending church services

She was much too fond of Heathcliff, and the worst punishment we could invent was to keep her separate from him

But when it was time to go to bed, Catherine put her arms round her father's neck to say goodnight, and immediately screamed, Oh, he's dead, Heathcliff! He's dead! Heathcliff and I started crying loudly and bitterly too

Catherine and Heathcliff were treated very differently

Catherine received presents, and could continue her lessons, but Heathcliff was made to work on the farm with the men, and, as a farm worker, was only allowed to eat with us in the back kitchen

In a while I saw Heathcliff walking through the gate

Not so loud, Heathcliff! But you still haven't told me why Catherine isn't with you? Well, as we were looking in, we started laughing at them so loudly that they heard us, and sent the dogs after us

Everybody who sees her must love her, mustn't they, Ellen? I'm afraid you'll be punished for this, Heathcliff, I said sadly

Hindley warned Heathcliff that he must never speak to Catherine again, or he would be sent away from Wuthering Heights, and it was decided that Catherine would be taught to behave like a young lady

When she had greeted all of us, she asked for Heathcliff

Come forward, Heathcliff! called Hindley

Heathcliff was used to being outside all day, and had not bothered to wash or change his clothes

Well, Heathcliff, have you forgotten me? But, ashamed and proud, the boy said nothing, until suddenly his feelings were too much for him

Why are you angry, Heathcliff? You you just look a bit strange, that's all

I felt sorry for poor Heathcliff, and while the Earnshaws were at church, I helped him wash and dress in clean clothes

Who knows who your parents were? Perhaps a king and queen, far more important than the Lintons! In this way I encouraged Heathcliff to have more confidence in himself

But when the Earnshaws and the Lintons arrived back from church, the first thing Hindley did was shout at Heathcliff

This was too much for Heathcliff

Hindley immediately took hold of Heathcliff and pushed him upstairs

I hate it when Heathcliff is punished! It's your fault, Edgar, you annoyed him! Why did you speak to him?

And now let's have lunch! The others seemed to forget Heathcliff, but I noticed Catherine could not eat much, and I knew she was sorry for her friend

When I went to find her, however, I discovered she had gone right to the top of the house to talk to Heathcliff through his locked bedroom door, and had then climbed out on to the roof and in through his window

I persuaded them both to come out of the room the same way, as I had no key to the door, and took Heathcliff down into the warm servantskitchen with me, while Catherine returned to her guests and the dancing

You must be hungry, Heathcliff, I said

But the master's behaviour was a bad example for Catherine and Heathcliff

At Wuthering Heights, under Heathcliff's influence, she annoyed Hindley, laughed at Joseph, and was rude to me

Heathcliff was sixteen at this time

One afternoon, when Hindley had gone into town, Heathcliff came into the main room after lunch

Catherine, are you going anywhere this afternoon? asked Heathcliff

But you should be at work by now, Heathcliff

What can you talk about? How can you amuse me? You never told me before that you didn't like my company, Catherine! cried Heathcliff

I wondered if Catherine was comparing her two friends, as Edgar came in and Heathcliff ran out

Heathcliff had come into the house and stood at the bottom of the stairs, looking up

Just then the child jumped out of Hindley's arms and fell I only had time to gasp in horror, before I saw that Heathcliff had caught him

Heathcliff stared down at the child he was holding

And you, Heathcliff, go away too

It's a pity he can't kill himself with drink, muttered Heathcliff

Where's Heathcliff? He's out on the farm, I answered

In my heart and soul I know I'm wrong! Ellen, I can't live apart from Heathcliff! He is more myself than I am

But I can't marry Heathcliff now! Hindley has made him become a poor, dull farm worker

I suddenly heard a movement outside the window, and saw Heathcliff stand up and walk away

Just imagine how hard it will be for Heathcliff when you marry Mr Edgar! He'll have no friends at all when you leave him

Didn't you ever think, Ellen, that if Heathcliff and I married, we would be very poor? But if I marry Edgar, I can help Heathcliff with my husband's money

It isn't! Heathcliff is more important to me than myself

But my love for Heathcliff is like the rocks in the ground ? not beautiful, but necessary and unchanging

I whispered to Catherine that I was sure Heathcliff had heard some of what she said

But although we all looked everywhere for Heathcliff, there was no sign of him that night, or for many nights in the future

I managed to persuade Catherine to come in, but she insisted on sleeping in the kitchen, in case Heathcliff returned during the night

The terrible night I spent at Wuthering Heights was the cause of my illness, and I blame Mr Heathcliff for it

Heathcliff! Is it really you? Yes, he replied, looking up at the windows of the house

It's that Heathcliff, sir

Oh Edgar darling! Heathcliff's come back! Well, well, said Mr Edgar crossly, there's no need to get excited

Ellen, bring two tables, one for your master and Miss Isabella, the other for Heathcliff and myself

Remember, he's only a servant! When Heathcliff entered the sitting?room, I was surprised to see how much he had changed

Mr Edgar was as surprised as I was, but welcomed Heathcliff as politely as he could

She could not take her eyes off Heathcliff

Tomorrow I won't be able to believe that I've seen and touched you, Heathcliff! she cried, catching hold of his hands

Mr Heathcliff will have a long walk to wherever he's staying tonight, and I'm thirsty

I could not understand why Hindley, who hated him, would want his company, and I felt sure it would have been better for all of us if Heathcliff had never come back

In the middle of the night she woke me to talk about Heathcliff

And Edgar won't listen when I tell him how happy I am! He's so selfish! He never liked Heathcliff, I replied, and he'll be angry if you go on talking about him

He will have to learn to accept Heathcliff as my friend

Do you know why Heathcliff is staying at Wuthering Heights? Oh, yes

Hindley asked him to play cards, and when he discovered Heathcliff had a lot of money, invited him to stay there

He'll make Heathcliff pay rent, and hope to win money from him at cards

Heathcliff wants to stay there to be near me

I'm so happy, Ellen! And I want everyone around me to be happy too! Catherine behaved so sweetly to her husband in the next few days that Thrushcross Grange seemed full of sunshine, and in spite of his doubts, Mr Edgar allowed Heathcliff to visit her regularly

However, Heathcliff's visits produced a result which none of us had expected

Isabella, Mr Edgar's sister, a pretty girl of eighteen, suddenly declared that she was in love with Heathcliff

He did not like the idea of the fortune passing to Heathcliff, as Isabella's husband

But more importantly, he suspected that Heathcliff was hiding his true wickedness under his gentlemanly appearance

Catherine tried hard to persuade Isabella that Heathcliff was not worth loving, but poor Isabella was jealous of Catherine's relationship with Heathcliff and would not listen

Finally, Catherine told Heathcliff himself that Isabella was in love with him

But don't think about that, Heathcliff

Catherine did not speak of this matter again, but I am sure Heathcliff often thought about it

1783 The next time Heathcliff came to Thrushcross Grange, he met Isabella by chance in front of the house

That devil Heathcliff told you he could never love Miss Isabella! And now he's kissing her! So when Heathcliff entered the house, Catherine was ready to scold him

Leave Isabella alone, Heathcliff! she ordered

I swear I'll make good use of it! At this point I went to look for my master, and told him that Catherine and Heathcliff were quarrelling in the kitchen

Heathcliff laughed, which made Mr Edgar even angrier

You, sir, he said to Heathcliff, are poisoning our family life

Well, well! replied Heathcliff, looking scornfully at Mr Edgar's small figure

I realized he wanted to call the servants, as he knew he was not strong enough to fight Heathcliff alone

You've lost the fight already! You aren't a man, you're a mouse! So that, said Heathcliff, pointing at Mr Edgar, is the thing you preferred to me, Catherine

Is he crying, or is he going to die of fear? He went up to look more closely at Mr Edgar, who suddenly recovered and hit Heathcliff hard on the neck

While Heathcliff was getting his breath back, Mr Edgar walked out of the other kitchen door into the garden

Now you'll never be able to come here again, said Catherine to Heathcliff

Heathcliff was sensible enough to take her advice

I hoped she would not discover that I had told Mr Edgar about her quarrel with Heathcliff

Why did he listen to us talking in the kitchen? Heathcliff says wicked things, but I know I can control him

Well, if I can't have Heathcliff as my friend, if Edgar is going to be mean and jealous, I'll try to break both their hearts by breaking my own

You must choose between me and Heathcliff

I wish I were a young girl again, wild and free, out on the moors with Heathcliff! Open the window again, wider this time! Why won't you? Because I don't want you to die of cold, I replied

I won't lie there alone, Heathcliff! I won't rest until you're in the grave with me! I was still holding her back from the window, and wondering what to do next, when Mr Edgar entered

And when I found Dr Kenneth, he told me someone had seen Isabella and Heathcliff meeting secretly in the garden earlier that evening

She had run away with Heathcliff! When Mr Edgar heard the news, he just said, She chose to go with him

1784 For two months we heard nothing of Isabella or Heathcliff

Then Mr Edgar received a letter from Isabella, telling him that she and Heathcliff were married

Two questions ? how did you manage to get on with the people in this house? They don't seem human! And (this interests me very much) what is Mr Heathcliff? A man? A madman? A devil?

Heathcliff brought me here last night

Now I'm married to Mr Heathcliff

But those four miles were like an ocean, which I could not cross! Don't tell Edgar or Catherine this, but I had hoped to find a friend at Wuthering Heights, someone to support me against Heathcliff

Joseph will show you Heathcliff's room, if you like

I did not want to lock myself in with Heathcliff

It seemed that Heathcliff's room was locked, and there were no guest bedrooms, so in the end I slept on a chair in the child's room

What a welcome to my new home! I know Heathcliff blames Edgar for Catherine's illness

Heathcliff and Isabella were both in the main room

Heathcliff looked more like a gentleman than I had ever seen him, but his wife had not bothered to brush her hair or change her dress

Then Heathcliff asked me question after question about Catherine's illness

And her loving husband is a very good nurse to her! Her loving husband! repeated Heathcliff scornfully

Your dear brother doesn't care enough about you to write to you, replied Heathcliff, smiling sourly

Sir, I said, it seems to me that Miss Isabella, Mrs Heathcliff, I should say, is unhappy You must treat her kindly Try to look after her Let her have a maid, for example

I'll die, or I'll see him dead first! You're getting violent, Isabella! said Heathcliff

I suppose it was wrong of me, but I hoped it would be Heathcliff's last meeting with Catherine

1784 Heathcliff had given me a letter for Catherine, but I decided not to show it to her until Mr Edgar was out of the house

It's from Mr Heathcliff, I said gently

Heathcliff had realized the house was almost empty, and had found an open door

And you both want me to pity you! How strong you are, Heathcliff! You'll live for years after my death! Will you forget me, and be happy with others, when I'm in my grave?

You know I could never forget you! I don't want you to suffer more than I do, Heathcliff

Heathcliff turned away, his shoulders shaking

That isn't my Heathcliff, Catherine said to me

I'll always love my Heathcliff, and take him with me

Well, very soon I'll feel sorry for you, because I'll be beyond you all! Heathcliff turned towards her, his fierce eyes wet

Do you think I want to live after you are dead? If I've done wrong, I'm dying for it! sobbed Catherine It's your fault too, Heathcliff! You left me, remember? But I forgive you

Kiss me again, Catherine! I forgive you for making me suffer, but how can I forgive you for dying? Catherine sobbed quietly, hiding her face in his shoulder, and tears rolled down Heathcliff's dark face

I was afraid Mr Edgar would find Heathcliff with Catherine

I must go, Catherine, said Heathcliff

Don't go! It's the last time! Edgar won't hurt us! Heathcliff, I'll die if you go! All right, my darling, I'll stay

When he saw Heathcliff holding his wife, he went pale with anger

Here, take care of her first, said Heathcliff, putting Catherine in her husband's arms, then speak to me later if you wish

Catherine seemed to be unconscious, and Mr Edgar was so worried about her that he forgot about Heathcliff for the moment

Two hours later, Catherine died, without calling for Heathcliff, or recognizing Edgar

In the morning I went to look for Heathcliff

I turned round, and saw it was Isabella Heathcliff

And Heathcliff is desperately sad! But I can't feel sorry for him

To escape from Heathcliff I must go a long way away

Last night he and I were sitting silently in the kitchen at about midnight, when Heathcliff came home

Hindley decided to lock the doors so that Heathcliff could not get in

I hate Heathcliff too, but I could not agree to murder, so I called out a warning from the kitchen window

Heathcliff swore horribly at me and broke one of the windows

But before he could fire, Heathcliff caught hold of the gun and pulled it away from Hindley

Heathcliff jumped into the kitchen through the window, and started kicking and hitting Hindley, who was lying unconscious on the kitchen floor

When we came back, Heathcliff was putting a bandage on Hindley's wrist

Joseph was shocked at the sight of his master, and would have gone to the police, if Heathcliff hadn't forced me to describe what happened

I had to agree that Hindley had certainly attacked Heathcliff first

The next day, I decided to have my revenge on Heathcliff, by telling Hindley that that devilhad hit and kicked him when he was unconscious

And I told Heathcliff to his face that he could never have made Catherine happy, if she had been his wife

I knew I had to get away quickly, and as I ran out of the kitchen, I saw Hindley attack Heathcliff

Heathcliff must have discovered this from the servants

We never discovered exactly what happened, but Heathcliff said he had drunk himself to death

It appeared that Heathcliff had won Hindley's house, land and money from him when playing cards, so he was now the master of Wuthering Heights

She knew nothing of Wuthering Heights or Heathcliff

Ah, she said, you've come for your little mistress! She's here, quite safe! The master, Mr Heathcliff, isn't here

Now Heathcliff would hear about his son's arrival, which we had hoped to keep secret from him

I thought he would have no chance of life if his father Heathcliff took him to live at Wuthering Heights

Later that evening Heathcliff's servant Joseph arrived and asked to speak to the master

Heathcliff has sent me for his son, and I can't go back without him, he said

Tell Mr Heathcliff, he said calmly, that Ellen will take his son to Wuthering Heights tomorrow

If he doesn't arrive early in the morning, Heathcliff will come for him!

When we arrived, Heathcliff, Hareton, and Joseph all came out of the house to inspect the child

Look at that white skin and fair hair! Mr Edgar's sent you his daughter instead! God! What a beautiful creature! laughed Heathcliff scornfully

Heathcliff took him roughly by the arm

I hope you'll be kind to him, Mr Heathcliff, I said

And he's all the family you've got! Don't worry, Ellen, replied Heathcliff with a smile

Mr Heathcliff can't bear being in the same room as him! Several years passed without any more news of Linton

I recognized Heathcliff and Hareton at once

Heathcliff and I followed behind

It's very bad of you, Mr Heathcliff, I scolded him

I was still angry with Heathcliff, but it was too late to stop Cathy entering Wuthering Heights

If he is my cousin, and you are his father, she said to Heathcliff, smiling, then you must be my uncle! Why don't you ever visit us at the Grange? I visited it once or twice too often before you were born, he said

Heathcliff looked scornfully at his son

As we watched them through the kitchen window, Heathcliff seemed to be thinking aloud

It was Heathcliff

Although I tried to persuade Cathy that Heathcliff could not be telling the truth, my young mistress was very upset, and determined to discover how Linton was

What can I do for Cathy before I die? Should she marry Linton? I wouldn't mind him being Heathcliff's son, if only he loved her and could be a good husband to her

I am sure they had all been carefully checked by Heathcliff before they were posted

I never imagined that a father could treat a dying child as cruelly and wickedly as we later discovered Heathcliff had done

Just then Heathcliff appeared

I'll have to take you home then, said Heathcliff

When we had entered the house, however, I was horrified to see Heathcliff lock the front door

In a few days I'll be your father, and I'll punish you just like that, as often as necessary! When Heathcliff went out to look for our horses, Cathy and I hurried round the kitchen looking for a way to escape

I love Father better than you, Linton! Heathcliff returned and sent his son upstairs to bed

Mr Heathcliff, begged Cathy, Father will be miserable if I don't go home

Heathcliff took us upstairs to Zillah's room, where we spent the night, locked in

I told him how Heathcliff had trapped us, and that Cathy was probably married to Linton by now

I was very angry when they returned without her, because Heathcliff had sent them away

Heathcliff had bribed him to stay away

He gave us Heathcliff's orders

Cathy, Mrs Heathcliff now, was only allowed to stay at the Grange until her father was buried

1800 to 1801 On the evening after the burial, Heathcliff came to fetch Cathy

I'm just sorry for you, Mr Heathcliff

You were very wicked, Mr Heathcliff, to disturb the dead! I disturbed nobody, Ellen, and I feel much happier now

Oh, no you won't, Ellen! said Heathcliff

He was obviously dying, although Heathcliff refused to call the doctor

Heathcliff inherited all of Linton's, and what had been Cathy's, fortune, so Cathy is now very poor

Heathcliff hates her, and Joseph and Zillah don't speak to her, because they think she's too proud

I would like to leave my job here, rent a little cottage and ask Cathy to come and live with me, but Mr Heathcliff will never permit that

She handed me a letter to give to Cathy Heathcliff

Mr Heathcliff will want to look at this, he said, putting it in his pocket

How can you manage without them in this lonely place? I always used to read so much that Mr Heathcliff decided to take away my only pleasure and destroy my books

Mr Heathcliff came in as Hareton went out

Mr Heathcliff, I said, I must tell you I'm leaving for London next week, for six months, and I shan't want to rent the Grange any more after October

What a pity, I thought, that Cathy Heathcliff and I didn't fall in love, as Mrs Dean would have liked! Then I could have taken her away from this miserable place for ever!

But tell me, why are you housekeeper here now and not at the Grange? Zillah left, you see, and Mr Heathcliff wanted me here

Oh! Mr Heathcliff is dead, sir

I manage all Mrs Heathcliff's business for her

Heathcliff is dead! I repeated, surprised

I'll be the happiest woman in England when those two marry! Heathcliff noticed little of what was happening around him, and would never have been aware of the cousinsfeelings, if it hadn't been for Joseph

I'll have to leave! I wanted to die here, where I've been a servant for sixty years! But now she's taken my garden from me! She's stolen the boy's soul, master! I can't bear it! Is the fool drunk? asked Heathcliff

Who the devil gave you permission? growled Heathcliff

I won't quarrel with Mr Heathcliff

I was sure Heathcliff was going to hit her

Mr Heathcliff stopped and stared, then looked away

At a sign from me, Cathy and Hareton went quietly out into the garden, leaving me alone with Mr Heathcliff

Oh God! It's a long fight! I wish it were finished! For some days after that, Mr Heathcliff avoided meeting us at meals He ate less and less

Mr Heathcliff, you must have some food and sleep

Mr Heathcliff was there in bed, lying on his back

Hareton was, in fact, the only one who was sad at Heathcliff's death

Heathcliff was buried next to Catherine's grave, as he had wished

As we were not sure of his age or anything else about him, there is only one word on his gravestone Heathcliff

On one side is Edgar Linton's, and on the other is Heathcliff's new one

I climbed up the path to the cliffs above the bay. Frank was there talking to a coastguards, but I could not see Maxim.

It was very hot. I sat on the cliffs for a long time doing nothing, thinking of nothing.

No? Well, I thought that from the perspective of a field trip, one thing I needed to focus on was the sandstone plateaux and cliffs themselves

On the second day, the boy climbed to the top of a cliff near the camp.

The boy took them to the cliff where he had been on the previous day.

On the cliff, the men clutched at each other as they sought to keep from being blown away.